richgall____
  • richgall____
Will Medal Sam says that the length of diagonal SQ is two times the length of diagonal OM. Is Sam correct? Justify your answer and show all your work. Your work should state the theorem you used to find the lengths of the diagonals.
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richgall____
  • richgall____
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Vocaloid
  • Vocaloid
are you familiar with the pythagorean theorem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is just the pathargan theorem Rectangle 6^2 + 12^2 = d^2 d^2 = 36 + 144 d^2 = 180 d = sqrt(180) d = sqrt(36 * 5) d = 6 * sqrt(5) Square ===== d^2 = 6^2 + 6^2 d^2 = 36 + 36 d^2 = 72 d = sqrt(72) d = sqrt(36*2) d = 6*sqrt(2) You have to say something about the square root of 5 and sqrt(2) If you double the square root of 2 you do not get the sqrt(5) The answer is no Sam is not right. 2* 1.41 = 2.82 sqrt(5) = 2.2236 they are not the same

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richgall____
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Thanks @daniel12900

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